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Old Posted Apr 1, 2017, 5:19 PM
balletomane balletomane is offline
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De-Amalgamation of Winnipeg

What could be the possible advantages and disadvantages of a
de-amalgamated Winnipeg?

Population of former municipalities currently in Winnipeg (1971, 2016, % change):
  1. Old Winnipeg 246,246 to 218,525 -11.3%
  2. Fort Garry 26,127 to 76,205 +191.7%
  3. St. Vital 32,963 to 69,027 +109.4%
  4. St. James 71,431 to 63,061 -11.7%
  5. St. Boniface 46,714 to 59,823 +28.1%
  6. North Kildonan 17,713 to 48,987 +176.6%
  7. Old Kildonan 1,984 to 44,420 +2138.9%
  8. Transcona 22,506 to 32,352 +43.7%
  9. East Kildonan 30,152 to 26,623 -11.7%
  10. Charleswood 12,180 to 25,347 +108.1%
  11. West Kildonan 23,959 to 22,391 -6.5%
  12. Tuxedo 3,258 to 18,483 +467.3%
Total 535,233 to 705,244 +31.8%

Census tracts in Winnipeg follow the boundaries of these former municipalities, which is how these numbers were determined.

Last edited by balletomane; Apr 2, 2017 at 9:53 PM.
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